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Black Holes, Worm Holes, and the Origin of Everything

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One of the smartest people in history, the author of Losing the Nobel Prize and Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner - and he did almost win the Nobel Prize. Maybe he will one day do it. - Professor Brian Keating, physicist extraordinaire!

We've divided this conversation in two because first, I was really curious about black holes, wormholes, and the beginning of the universe. So we talk about that and he answers some of my questions, which I'm sure some of you might have as well, once you hear them. Next Friday, we have part two on just the weird things he's seen on college campuses lately. We also talk in general about when it is worth giving up on a goal or a life path.

Here’s part one, all about the mysteries of the cosmos with Brian Keating!

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Discussion on IQ and Intelligence [00:01:30]: The interview begins with a discussion about the perception of high IQ and its social implications, comparing it to questions on platforms like Quora.

History of the Alphabet and Rosetta Stone [00:02:33 - 00:03:59]: They explore the history of the alphabet, particularly its Phoenician and Hebrew origins, and delve into the story and skepticism around the Rosetta Stone.

Webb Telescope Discovery and Black Holes [00:03:59 - 00:05:44]: The conversation shifts to a recent Webb Telescope discovery of a massive black hole, discussing its implications for our understanding of the universe and the concept of primordial black holes.

Concepts of Space-Time and Black Holes [00:05:44 - 00:08:01]: Keating explains the idealized form of a black hole and the inseparability of space and time in the context of Einstein's theories.

Relationship Between Time and Gravity [00:08:01 - 00:12:37]: They discuss the complex relationship between time and gravity, particularly how it is influenced by the presence of massive objects like black holes.

Theories of the Universe and Dark Matter [00:12:37 - 00:17:03]: The interview covers various theories about the origin and nature of the universe, including speculations on dark matter and its potential origins.

Einstein's Theories and Mercury's Orbit [00:17:03 - 00:29:50]: Keating elaborates on Einstein's contributions to physics, particularly how his theories explained the peculiar behavior of Mercury's orbit.

The Ether Theory and Propagation of Light [00:29:50 - 00:35:04]: The discussion turns to the historical ether theory and its role in understanding the propagation of light, leading to Einstein's revolutionary ideas.

Wormholes, Black Holes, and Universe Theories [00:35:04 - 00:40:23]: They explore the concepts of wormholes and black holes, discussing various theoretical models about the universe, including multi-dimensional theories.

Limits of Light Speed and Einstein's Relativity [00:40:23 - 00:44:19]: Keating and Altucher delve into why the speed of light is a fundamental limit and how Einstein's theory of relativity explains this.

Future Research and Discoveries in Cosmology [00:44:19 - End]: The interview concludes with discussions on future research directions in cosmology, including the search for primordial waves of gravity and the oldest signals from the Big Bang.

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I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.

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Konten disediakan oleh James Altucher and Jay Yow. Semua konten podcast termasuk episode, grafik, dan deskripsi podcast diunggah dan disediakan langsung oleh James Altucher and Jay Yow atau mitra platform podcast mereka. Jika Anda yakin seseorang menggunakan karya berhak cipta Anda tanpa izin, Anda dapat mengikuti proses yang dijelaskan di sini https://id.player.fm/legal.

One of the smartest people in history, the author of Losing the Nobel Prize and Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner - and he did almost win the Nobel Prize. Maybe he will one day do it. - Professor Brian Keating, physicist extraordinaire!

We've divided this conversation in two because first, I was really curious about black holes, wormholes, and the beginning of the universe. So we talk about that and he answers some of my questions, which I'm sure some of you might have as well, once you hear them. Next Friday, we have part two on just the weird things he's seen on college campuses lately. We also talk in general about when it is worth giving up on a goal or a life path.

Here’s part one, all about the mysteries of the cosmos with Brian Keating!

------------

Discussion on IQ and Intelligence [00:01:30]: The interview begins with a discussion about the perception of high IQ and its social implications, comparing it to questions on platforms like Quora.

History of the Alphabet and Rosetta Stone [00:02:33 - 00:03:59]: They explore the history of the alphabet, particularly its Phoenician and Hebrew origins, and delve into the story and skepticism around the Rosetta Stone.

Webb Telescope Discovery and Black Holes [00:03:59 - 00:05:44]: The conversation shifts to a recent Webb Telescope discovery of a massive black hole, discussing its implications for our understanding of the universe and the concept of primordial black holes.

Concepts of Space-Time and Black Holes [00:05:44 - 00:08:01]: Keating explains the idealized form of a black hole and the inseparability of space and time in the context of Einstein's theories.

Relationship Between Time and Gravity [00:08:01 - 00:12:37]: They discuss the complex relationship between time and gravity, particularly how it is influenced by the presence of massive objects like black holes.

Theories of the Universe and Dark Matter [00:12:37 - 00:17:03]: The interview covers various theories about the origin and nature of the universe, including speculations on dark matter and its potential origins.

Einstein's Theories and Mercury's Orbit [00:17:03 - 00:29:50]: Keating elaborates on Einstein's contributions to physics, particularly how his theories explained the peculiar behavior of Mercury's orbit.

The Ether Theory and Propagation of Light [00:29:50 - 00:35:04]: The discussion turns to the historical ether theory and its role in understanding the propagation of light, leading to Einstein's revolutionary ideas.

Wormholes, Black Holes, and Universe Theories [00:35:04 - 00:40:23]: They explore the concepts of wormholes and black holes, discussing various theoretical models about the universe, including multi-dimensional theories.

Limits of Light Speed and Einstein's Relativity [00:40:23 - 00:44:19]: Keating and Altucher delve into why the speed of light is a fundamental limit and how Einstein's theory of relativity explains this.

Future Research and Discoveries in Cosmology [00:44:19 - End]: The interview concludes with discussions on future research directions in cosmology, including the search for primordial waves of gravity and the oldest signals from the Big Bang.

------------

What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!

Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!

------------

Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!

My new book, Skip the Line, is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!

Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.

I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.

------------

Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts:

Apple Podcasts

Stitcher

iHeart Radio

Spotify

Follow me on social media:

YouTube

Twitter

Facebook

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  • What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!
  • Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!

------------

------------

Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts:

Follow me on social media:

  continue reading

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